dynamiccomicduo's Batman, Incorporated #1 - Leviathan, Part One: Demon Star review

A must buy!

Batman Incorporated #1 is an issue that cannot be missed for continuing readers of the series. Even though the issue's #1 distinction may be questionable, Morrison's darkly comedic take on Batman's dealings with Leviathan, coupled with Burnham's stunning pencils, mark a new standard for series featuring the Dark Knight. I am excited to see what Morrison has in store going forward for the series, after a climax that has monumental implications for Bruce Wayne and Batman, Inc. as a whole.


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